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Between St.Valentinus and Michaelskapelle
Germany

Spätgotische Pfarrkirche in Kiedrich. Erbaut Ende des 15. Jh. Die Seitenschiffe sind noch einmal ca. 100 Jahre älter. Besonders sehenswert ist das sehr gut erhaltene geschnitzte Gestühl und eine Madonna aus dem 14. Jh.

Die gegenüber liegende Michaelskapelle wurde 1445 geweiht.

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